New Year's resolutions - well, are you gonna?

New Year resolutions seems to be a dying tradition amongst my mates but I think it's a good time of the year to reflect on what's happened, where we were this time last year and what moved us and then do a little silly planning for 2005.

For myself I've had, for the first time in about 10 years, a quiet one ... although I did get married late Feb - which I barely recall (drunk!) which embarrasses me to this very day - not my finest hour but ) with the focus on consolidation, removing the debt and just enjoying the times with my family (especially the wee fella) and mates. It's been succesful.

At work it's been a year of trying new things. I've been a lot more focussed on what I want to get out of the jobs and am most definitely have a career path that suits me. I have dropped the counselling side of things but that's not for ever and it's already being used in my day-to-day activities ... more to come on that front.

Anywho - on with the New Years Resolutions:
  1. See more of my mates
  2. Resurrect the Thursday dinner in Miramar
  3. Baby "X"
  4. Pay off the family debt completely - by April
  5. Have a good honest Kiwi holiday
  6. Get NZ Citizenship
  7. Get British passport in new name
  8. Enjoy the Lions tour (July)
  9. Spend 2005 with Mum and Dad (from Monmouth)
  10. and finally ... see King Kong!

That should do I think ...


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